Construction Photos - Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant - July 2010

By Ms. Kristen Szydloski (AMC)July 22, 2010

This site photo was taken in early July 2010 and illustrates the size and complexity of the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant construction site.
1 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – This site photo was taken in early July 2010 and illustrates the size and complexity of the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant construction site. (Photo Credit: USAE ACWA) VIEW ORIGINAL
Foundation work is in progress for the Super Critical Water Oxidation Building. Pictured here, a construction worker prepares to install electrical grounding cables.  The Super Critical Water Oxidation process will treat secondary liquid waste known as hydrolysate, which is generated from the neutralization process.
2 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Foundation work is in progress for the Super Critical Water Oxidation Building. Pictured here, a construction worker prepares to install electrical grounding cables. The Super Critical Water Oxidation process will treat secondary liquid waste known as hydrolysate, which is generated from the neutralization process. (Photo Credit: USAE ACWA) VIEW ORIGINAL
Foundation work is in progress for the Super Critical Water Oxidation Building. Pictured here, a surveyor marks the layout of the building. The Super Critical Water Oxidation process will treat secondary liquid waste known as hydrolysate, which is generated from the neutralization process.
3 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Foundation work is in progress for the Super Critical Water Oxidation Building. Pictured here, a surveyor marks the layout of the building. The Super Critical Water Oxidation process will treat secondary liquid waste known as hydrolysate, which is generated from the neutralization process. (Photo Credit: USAE ACWA) VIEW ORIGINAL
A construction worker installs structural steel for the roof of the Utility Building.
4 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A construction worker installs structural steel for the roof of the Utility Building. (Photo Credit: USAE ACWA) VIEW ORIGINAL
M.P. Kelly Construction Company of Richmond, Ky., is constructing the Utility Building, which will house equipment to produce steam, compressed air, chilled water and hot water for operations.
5 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – M.P. Kelly Construction Company of Richmond, Ky., is constructing the Utility Building, which will house equipment to produce steam, compressed air, chilled water and hot water for operations. (Photo Credit: USAE ACWA) VIEW ORIGINAL
Dense reinforcing steel provides strength for walls in the blast containment area of the Munitions Demilitarization Building.  Construction personnel pictured here are planning the first blast wall concrete placement around a heavy steel door.
6 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Dense reinforcing steel provides strength for walls in the blast containment area of the Munitions Demilitarization Building. Construction personnel pictured here are planning the first blast wall concrete placement around a heavy steel door. (Photo Credit: USAE ACWA) VIEW ORIGINAL
Dense reinforcing steel provides strength for walls in the blast containment area of the Munitions Demilitarization Building. Engineering personnel pictured here are planning the first blast wall concrete placement around a heavy steel door.
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The Munitions Demilitarization Building continues to take shape. Pictured here is the installation of structural steel. The Munitions Demilitarization Building is the main processing building where weapons will be disassembled and chemical agent neutralized.
8 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Munitions Demilitarization Building continues to take shape. Pictured here is the installation of structural steel. The Munitions Demilitarization Building is the main processing building where weapons will be disassembled and chemical agent neutralized. (Photo Credit: USAE ACWA) VIEW ORIGINAL

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